Dr Malte Jaensch, Head of Electric Drivetrain
The market for electrified vehicles is changing with unprecedented speed. In order to satisfy the urgent need for certainty about the direction future developments are taking, new market forecasts are published on a weekly basis. Since forecasts tend to differ considerably in terms of scope, depth and time horizon, confusion rather than clarity is often the outcome. This work aims to change this by presenting the results of a meta-analysis of over 120 individual forecasts, split by region, vehicle type and time horizon. Taking into account actual vehicle sales enables us also to assess the validity of past predictions and identify any underlying biases. In a final step, key predictions derived from the meta-analysis are contrasted with actual developments gathered from analysing our proprietary electrified vehicle data base, yielding a holistic assessment of what electrified mobility most likely will look like in the years ahead.
Speaker Biography (Malte Jaensch)
Malte Jaensch gained his master in mechanical engineering at the Technical University of Braunschweig in 2003, followed by a doctoral degree in mechatronics at Imperial College London and an Executive MBA at Imperial College Business School. In 2006 Malte co-founded EVO Electric Ltd., a pioneer in the development of axial flux electric machines, where he worked in various technical and managerial positions. Since 2013 Malte works as Head of Electric Drivetrain at Porsche Engineering near Stuttgart, Germany.
Company Profile (Porsche Engineering Services GmbH)
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Porsche Engineering, a 100% subsidiary of sports car manufacturer Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, is a premium engineering service provider for future-oriented mobility. On behalf of our customers, our engineers develop a wide range of products and solutions - from conception to implementation, from prototyping to series production. Be it simple or complex, in everything we do, we follow the Porsche approach: never to be satisfied with the status quo.